Three area high school quarterbacks competed Saturday morning at the Weis in Towson to see who could collect the most non-perishable items in a cart in one minute, with the items going to local charities. (Jon Sham/Baltimore Sun Media Group video)
Quarterbacks from Towson High School, Calvert Hall College and Woodlawn High School competed Saturday morning to see who could collect the most non-perishable items for charity.
Towson's Ronje Wright, Calver Hall's Robert Jones and Woodlawn's James Keaton each were given a shopping cart and 60 seconds to run through the store gathering canned food, diapers, cereal boxes and other things.
Keaton bested his competitors with $263.01 in food and other items. Wright was the runner up with $260.17 and Jones had $130.52.
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